Friday, May 25, 2018


Why do we have seasons?

Watch the video and go on the websites to find answers to the questions below.

How many times a year does the earth go?

Which way does the sun appear to move across the sky?

East to west

What hemisphere is New Zealand in?

Southern Hemisphere
What months do we have spring in?

Write two paragraphs about your favourite season in the space below.

Summer is my favorite because we get a huge holiday and go on epic Vacations. One time I went to the Otahuhu pools.

There is no school around summer so we don't learn. But One time my sister wanted to go school but it was summer so she thought school was everyday.
Why are our seasons at different times of the year to other parts of the world?

Because the earth Goes around the sun and when it shows the dark side then it is winter and autumn. When the sun  shines bright it is Spring and summer
If New Zealand is in summer, what season would it be in North america?

What is the axis?

The line in the middle of the earth
The Equator.
The Equator is an imaginary circle around Earth. It divides Earth into two equal parts: the Northern Hemisphere and the Southern Hemisphere. It runs halfway between the North and South poles. The distance around the Equator is about 24,900 miles (40,000 kilometers).

Look at the videos and pictures below and answer the questions

What is the line going across the picture?

The hottest bit on earth the equator
What do you think the colours represent in the picture?

The Land and the Pacific ocean
How do seasonal changes affect plants and animals?

Because different crops grow and Pets grow at different Seasons.
If we could see New Zealand on this picture what colour do you think it would be?

Green and blue because of the oceans and our land.
Why are the countries that are close to the equator always hot?

Because the equator is the hottest bit of the earth
Where is the northern hemisphere and where is the southern hemisphere?

The north hemisphere is at the top and the South hemisphere is at the bottom.

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